Every Day is about a genderless spirit A who is in a different body every single day, but A just wants to live in a normal life with his crush Rhiannon. Rhiannon who had a boyfriend Justin they end up breaking up. A thought it was easier for him to get with her, but it hurt Rhiannon that she still did not give A a chance. Nathan a former body of A is trying to find out what possessed him that night when A was in his body and was left out on the side of the road so in other wise A has a handful of problems to deal with. What cause his situation was his i...
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...king the rules as I leave the school.”(Levithan pg10) A does not know if the body or Rhiannon need to do an exam that they are not aware of or do assignments. Not just in school but also when the bodies have practice in any sport “He’s supposed to go to play practice at noon, but as soon as he leaves his house, he calls his director and tells him he has a bad flu bug…”(Levithan pg.227)
If A is a spirit that was chosen to be in different bodies I think that he needs to be responsible. Also to do the duties that the body needs to complete for that day that he is replacing. Responsibilities is something that A needs to learn because since he met Rhiannon A has gotten untidy at what he needs to be careful with. Being in love comes with responsibilities for yourself and your partner. In this case he needs to be responsible for Rhiannon, the body A is in, and A himself.
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